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More Illegal Alien Crime

By Greg L | 31 October 2008 | Illegal Aliens, Manassas Park, Crime | 14 Comments

An illegal alien in Manassas Park was nabbed recently for cocaine and firearms trafficking according to the DC Examiner.  This guy apparently had managed to incorporate a business in Virginia, purchase a Hummer, and buy a house all without anyone bothering to verify or perhaps even check to see of he was in the country legally.  Now the house he owned has been foreclosed on, the police have recovered a bunch of stolen weapons, and there’s a little less coke flowing in the neighborhood.

Three Northern Virginia men, two of whom are illegal immigrants, are behind bars after a law enforcement informant purchased more that 5 ounces of cocaine and 16 guns from them in recent months, according to court documents unsealed this week.

One of the men, Luis Guzman, an illegal immigrant from El Salvador, was a local business owner, court documents said.

Guzman, 43, owns at least one restaurant in Manassas Park where several of the drug and gun transactions took place. The restaurant was not named in the documents. He also is listed as the director of LKG Enterprises Inc., which received its certificate of incorporation from Virginia in 2003. A spokesman for the commonwealth’s corporate commission agency said there are no identity checks for people seeking to start a corporation.

Perhaps it’s time to start tightening down on incorporations in Virginia.  This guy couldn’t be legally hired, but he could legally establish a business and have the community at large hire him?

During the investigation I’ve no doubt authorities will uncover plenty of other violations by the business this guy was operating.  I’ve heard stories about some restaurant owner connected with the New York City Spanish mafia in Manassas Park who was trying to muscle folks out of the Manassas Park Shopping Center in 2007 and even got Manassas City Manager Mercury Payton to contact the owner of the property on his behalf.  He had a stream of messengers delivering threats to burn people out if they didn’t pack up their businesses and leave who were awfully brazen about it.  If authorities don’t figure that Guzman and the person behind this stuff were the same guy, I’d be surprised.

Someone might want to swing past El Vaquero Restaurant at Andrew Drive and Manassas Drive and take a peek.



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14 Comments

  1. ben said on 31 Oct 2008 at 5:33 am:
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    doing the jobs that americans won’t do.

  2. No1UKnow said on 31 Oct 2008 at 6:48 am:
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    Someone should go by the restaurant on Old Centerville, next to the 7-11 and check that out. Few customers, so I highly doubt food is their true business.

  3. BothgPartiesColludeAgainstUsAndMarketToYourFears said on 31 Oct 2008 at 6:52 am:
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    If your eyes are open to it, it’s sometimes obvious what businesses are fronts.

  4. BothgPartiesColludeAgainstUsAndMarketToYourFears said on 31 Oct 2008 at 7:37 am:
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    Looks like he was a good family man, a local business owner … McCain and Obama and Bush would have given this guy Amnesty if they could have.

  5. Tyler Durden said on 31 Oct 2008 at 8:51 am:
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    What’s Pinko got to say for him?

  6. Johnson said on 31 Oct 2008 at 11:03 am:
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    If we deport ALL of the illegal aliens, the criminals among them will be included. Why don’t liberals understand that if a person is willing to break the law to come here, they’ll break other laws as well? Don’t they understand that the law is the law? Societies based on the rule of law have been the most successful.

  7. legal2 said on 31 Oct 2008 at 1:32 pm:
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    The numerous foreclosures in PWC point to the vast illegal alien problem we had and will now need to recover from. Now if we can just get rid of Gerhardt who seems to cook the books to forward his biased agenda.

  8. Arlington Minority said on 31 Oct 2008 at 3:41 pm:
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    The Commonwealth’s Corporate Commission Agency would no doubt register “Hugo Chavez Currency-Laundering Enterprises” without batting an eye.

  9. rhodeislandred said on 31 Oct 2008 at 4:03 pm:
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    If you look at the newspapers now you’ll see that there are more and more property transfers (home sales) to Americans in PWC than before, and a lot of these streets are starting to look more like they did 10-15 years ago…like neighborhoods instead of ghettos. I’m sick and tired of seeing Lincoln Navigators, Cadillac Escalades, Suburbans, etc., parked out in front of the social services offices as well as picking up food at places like Serve. You shouldn’t be taking food from the local food closet or financial assistance from the state to help pay for your $60,000 vehicle. I see it all the time around Manassas and it infuriates the hell out of me. I’d love to drive an H2 like anybody else but I don’t expect the taxpayers to pay for it while I’m on “relief”. Some of these illegals have worked the system so that they’re getting assistance from more than one state. Others have 2-3 famililes in one house, with a total of 8 people for example, and so 3 families are being paid as if they were a single family of 8. Multiply that by 3 families and thats pretty damn good money coming into one house. No wonder they’re driving the luxury vehicles. They’re the only ones who can afford to. What a mess. Just recently, a family of 7 moved into a 2 BR condo above my 81 yr old neighbor, forcing her to move out of her home because of the noise, stomping and pounding on her ceiling. When she tried to complain to the City, she was told that her name would NOT be witheld or kept private so, fearing for her safety, she never made the complaint and instead, had to leave her home which took a terrible toll on her health. What a shameful disgrace!
    Furthermore, we can’t afford to keep footing the bill for people who aren’t carrying their fair share as taxpayers. People whine and complain about the economy but they keep forgetting that over 5 million foreclosures were loans made to ILLEGALS, not to mention our health care system that’s being bled to death (no pun intended) by people who’ll never pay a dime for their healthcare, forcing the rest of us who DO pay our bills, to shoulder THEIR costs. I’m sick of it and so are a lot of other people.
    Hopefully we’ll start enforcing the laws more and letting these people know that we won’t tolerate this. Citizens need to be pro-active too. If you see something that looks reasonably suspicious, contact the proper authorities. People in my neighborhood are watching “group houses” and similar situations and suspicious activity and we’re reporting it. Be vigilant people. These illegals need to GO…NOW!!!

  10. junes_reston said on 31 Oct 2008 at 5:19 pm:
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    RhodeIslandRed - “People whine and complain about the economy but they keep forgetting that over 5 million foreclosures were loans made to ILLEGALS”

    Your statement is incorrect. When posting numbers as presumed facts, we have to be careful to ensure the numbers are accurate. Otherwise it diminshes credibility.

    Effective October 22, 2008, “pre-foreclosure and foreclosure filings through the end of 2008 remains at approximately 3.2 million” (source: First American CoreLogic)

    If anyone is looking for a retirement home in Florida or Arizona - these two states are hardest hits with some incredible deals.

  11. Anonymous said on 1 Nov 2008 at 1:32 am:
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    rhodeislandred @ 31 Oct 2008 at 4:03 pm: Flag comment

    Others have 2-3 famililes in one house, with a total of 8 people for example, and so 3 families are being paid as if they were a single family of 8. Multiply that by 3 families and thats pretty damn good money coming into one house. No wonder they’re driving the luxury vehicles.

    Run by Costo on a Friday afternoon and watch them suck up the free samples. Cash at the registers is King to pay for the steaks and chops that are loading down the carts. Life is great!

  12. US Citizen said on 2 Nov 2008 at 10:00 am:
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    For those sincerely concerned about the massive influx of illegal aliens at local businesses (Costco comes to mind), daily calls to ICE should be one course of action. Photos of illegals frequenting local businesses and passed to blogs and news media (papers & TV) may help. Exposing the problem frequently should be emphasized. Passing along such photos to electronic media across the USA should be encouraged too. (Newspapers are listed at refdesk.org.) Both political parties consider Prince William County as key - for a reason. Now is the time to expose what that really means!

    Isn’t it about time ICE provided a physical presence to high traffic areas with known illegal alien populations?

    And don’t forget to report Virginia car licenses loaded with illegals to the Virginia DMV. PWC “legal” residences should be burning up this line. Here are the details from the VA DMV website:

    If you have information about driver’s license or ID fraud, contact us.

    1-877-ZERO-FRAUD (1-877-937-6372)

    zerofraud@dmv.virginia.gov

  13. JM said on 2 Nov 2008 at 11:46 am:
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    I drove past El Vaquero this morning. There was a “Latinos for Obama” sign and a Mark Wanrer sign in the window.

    So the owner did several things that illegals should not be allowed to do, including owning a business, a house, and a car (driving unlawfully), so I would not be surprised if he voted as well. It IS possible, especially if Acorn registered him. Although Virginia has a voter ID law, it has no teeth because if you don’t present ID, you can vote anyway.

    The restaurant has been dark this week, and there is a sign on the door. I don’t know enough Spanish to read it. Does anyone know what it says?

  14. CitizenofManassas said on 5 Nov 2008 at 1:15 pm:
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    Here is a story from the COMPOST on lovely GTS.

    But, we should embrace illegals. I also love how the article mentions the lack of interest by the residents of GTS.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/12/22/AR2006122201831_pf.html

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